A keen Cleveland incredible grandma has busted a sex offender who was earlier convicted and safeguarded a 17-year-old young lady just after to seeing the man driving around with what she believed was a youngster wrapped thoroughly in a blanket. Christine Thornton said she saw the 46-year-old sex offender drive just by her home a few times with a passenger totally wrapped by a blanket.
Records indicate clearly that the suspicious man was driving by a grandma Christine Thorton’s house is in certainty a listed sexual offender. The unidentified man had lately escaped jail after almost 12 years of imprisonment and that he is on parole, as per the WJW-TV. He has various offenses against him by a few underage victims who had fallen prey to him before.
This last Thursday great-grandmother Christine Thorton carefully observed that a doubtful man was driving around her house in a car. Her doubts and suspicions led her to confront the man. She knew about the man after an alert was sent out. The criminal has been convicted of sexual assaults against three underage girls.
Great-grandmother Christine Thornton is clearly visible on the home security cameras going down the street to the house of the man where, she said, she asked questions to the man as well as the child in the blanket.
Christine Thornton said the man and the girl both went hurriedly inside the home. The next thing that she did was to bang the door and after that the girl came out.
Police took the sex offender into custody. Police confirmed that the rescued teenage girl lives on the northeast side of the city and said that she had met the man months ago. The girl says that she never got intimate with the man.
On the other hand, the mother of the 17-year-old girl said to the police officers that she did not know the man with whom her daughter was seen. The authorities are now trying to investigate the matter in details.
Councilman Brian Kazy praised the actions of great-grandmother Christine Thornton. Kazy even said that such people as Christine are needed in the society.
‘I hope it saved somebody else’s child that he don’t get hold to,’ Christine Thornton told WJW. ‘These kids are our future don’t damage them now.’ The great-grandmother added: ‘I pray that somebody would do it for my child, my grandkids.’
On Friday, WJW reported that the man had been released from jail and authorities could not release details for why this had been the case. Officers involved in the arrest have asked for investigators to look into it.